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Timestamp:
01/14/2019 09:52:28 PM (3 years ago)
Author:
pento
Comment:

PPM is pretty cool, I like the idea.

Their statement about WordPress is mostly correct: it's unlikely that WordPress could ever be entirely compatible with that model. That said, I think it would be possible under some circumstances: the REST-API, for example, could potentially be made to work in this way. Unauthenticated front-end requests are another possibility.

While there are no immediately plans to work on PPM support, if someone wants to explore if/how this could work, I'd certainly be interested in seeing if we could get it committed to Core.

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    initial v2  
    33On php-pm github page it's stated that:
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    5 > For all WordPress lovers out there: PPM is not going to work with WordPress due to the lack of request-response abstraction. We highly doubt that Wordpress is ever going to be compatible because its architecture is written in a way that makes it currently impossible to serve multiple requests in one application process.
     5> For all WordPress lovers out there: PPM is not going to work with WordPress due to the lack of request-response abstraction. We highly doubt that WordPress is ever going to be compatible because its architecture is written in a way that makes it currently impossible to serve multiple requests in one application process.
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    77Are there any plans to support it? Has anyone thought about adding support for request-response abstraction?